Austria Trend Hotel Lambrechterhof
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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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Today was day 2 of the F1, and it was race day! Emma woke up the best she has yet, which was quite nice, especially as she woke up completely happy! She declared that her dreams had been very sweet last night,as she fell asleep dreaming of the day we had had, and the drivers...
Mike and Ken very kindly picked us up again, and took us to the circuit, which hardly surprisingly was a lot busier than it was yesterday! We set up camp for an hour and watched ...
So today was day 1 in Spielberg, qualifying day for the Formula 1. Not going to lie, the 6am start was painful, but we managed it, well, just about anyway...! After Mike and Ken very kindly picked us up, we headed over to the circuit. As they dropped us off and headed into work, we set out on the task to pick up our tickets. After finally finding where we needed to go, and waiting as the first in line to collect them for about 10 minutes, until it opened, we ...
After a memorable breakfast we bid farewell to Familie Rieder and get on the road.
Mick got a strange text on his phone just now. "Hi if this is Bobby just letting you know Nellie died. She was cremated Friday."We know we shouldn't but we really had to laugh! Commiserations to Bobby and Nellie, whoever the hell you are.
Just behind The Gasthof is Ochssattel, ...
Drive north through the mountains towards Vienna. As we approach a tunnel on the border we come across the site of the Matthausen prison camp, a Nazi labour camp where thousands died digging the tunnel that we are just about to drive through. The day is dark with low clouds and heavy rain which makes ...
Travel tip: Aushfart isn’t a town, you won’t find it on any map, it means exit in German.
We woke to the sound of church bells and the welcome feel of sunshine. Today we would leave Germany and at some point, and it could be 4, 6 or in 8 hours time enter Austria. Some European countries require you to purchase a vignette, it’s a road tax or salad dressing depending on where you are from. We bought ours at a German service station, successfully ...